Caution has been issued by elected representatives with consideration for ‘the health of future generations’ and that ‘communities could be split’ if masts are to be erected in parts of the county.
Instances of vandalism at Clare Abbey are continuing with one headstone recently damaged for the third time.
*Pictured at the official opening of LIT’s Ennis campus were from left Professor Vincent Cunnane, LIT President, Minister Pat Breen TD and Acting Mayor of Clare Claire Colleran Molloy. Photograph by Eamon Ward Strong transport links between Limerick Institute of Technology’s Moylish and Ennis campuses need to be put in place as “viable” options for…
An Garda Síochána, Clare County Council and the Irish Farmers Association (IFA) are working in collaboration on the rollout of property marking in the county.
*Photograph: Eamon Ward A three month pilot scheme described as a ‘voluntary rural uber’ is being trialled in Carrigaholt.
*Limerick Institute of Technology’s newest campus, situated on Bindon Street, Ennis, Co. Clare, was officially opened by Minister of State for Trade, Employment, Business, EU Digital Single Market and Data Protection, Pat Breen TD. Pictured at the official opening were from left Professor Vincent Cunnane, LIT President, Minister Pat Breen TD and Deputy Mayor of…
One elected representative has said ‘Ennis’ history of welcoming refugees’ will be visible when the first of sixty four asylum seekers arrive to the county town later this month.
Clare’s longest serving local elected representative has described the county as “the most anti-rural” so far as planning regulations are concerned.
Asthmatics are “struggling to breathe” at times due to the poor air quality in Clare’s county town.
Personnel convicted of illegal dumping and littering should be assigned to community service work, a request put forward to the Minister for Justice and Equality has outlined.